Can I delete my mint account without deleting my turbotax account?

I need to start from scratch with mint. I have currently lost access to my mint account that is tied to my email address. The same email address that I use with Turbotax (that I do not need to delete).

Is there a way to delete my mint account, start a new mint account using the email address I use with turbotax?

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Hi bbodine,

If you need to start over, but are using a different e-mail address, you can simply just create a new Mint account whether the previous one still exists or not. However, if you need to delete the previous one but cannot log in, and a password reset didn't resolve it (you can try that here if you haven't yet: https://wwws.mint.com/recovery.event ) you'll need to contact support. Deleting your Mint profile will NOT affect other Intuit services that e-mail might be using.

If you need to contact support for assistance with deleting the account, please use the Contact Mint support form or use our chat option from the Support page (appears during business hours only, 5-5 Pacific Mon-Fri) so our support team can gather data about your specific situation, communicate with you directly and further assist you.

Regards,
Mint Mike

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